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. >> the thing, is, you only watch sex and the city marathons and you steal people's shoes and shove them into the or physicians. the orfices. >> this makes zero sense. why do we want wimpy kids? i was not an aggressive kid. i watched a lot of aggressive television and it taught me -- if anything it taught me how to deal with bullies. when he was coming at me with a baseball bat, it did not help me. >> but that's the p oi nt. it is not about violence. it is about the anti-realism of television. if you are dumb enough to believe you can learn anything from tv like tv doesn't tell you anything about marriage, doesn't tell you anything about teen inning aers. teenagers. eye of pas. people on tv wear eye patches because they cool? no, they are pliend -- blind in one eye. it is not fare. i have an eye patch and it is not cool. the homeless guys that are always -- if you take him home and clean him up they will be nice. no they will take a dump in the living room. >> what are you watching? >> i am just watching -- -- he a bum who is taking a dump. i blame you. >> the only show that spoke the tr
city and it's outrageous what they did and sean, a few days ago, nbc had a reporter off the air, with the carnival cruise ship came in they had two young ladies one want today quote a bible verse on the air and that reporter cut her off and why, why in the middle-- what does it tell you. >> sean: we've got the virgin mary and elephant dung thrown on the thing ap the crucifix submerged in urine which we also chronicled here on the program before and i think we have and put it up on the screen, but there is a double standard. i can also put up on the screen instances where, for example, we've had outrage, we've had, for example, in '02, we had pa example of the muslim cartoons, the danish cartoons and the koran burning and supposedly violence broke out because of a youtube video and salmon rushdy, and it's okay for a "saturday night live" make fun of jesus and christians, but not the prophet muhammad they don't have the courage for the backlash? >> as much as i thought the backlash over the prophet muhammad cartoons is absolutely ridiculous, i think you'll agree the same-- >> and
of politics that puts american politics at risk. >> and joining me form new york city mayor, rudy guiliani. i don't care what anybody says, this is now a design to inflict maximum pain on the american people to show those republicans are just, these are draconian cuts, right or wrong. >> absolutely right. the cuts are modest, they're small, they're almost rounding errors in the budget. the budget is 3.73, 3.8 trillion dollars, at the maximum. and this is an 85 billion dollar cut. it's, this year, 44 billion. >> sean: 44 billion, okay, at 85 billion it's a 2.2% cut. at 44 billion, it's half that. now, if you can't cut somewhere between 1.2 and 2.2%, from any federal program, you should be fired for not being able to figure out an efficient program. and look at it this way and we get caught in in, too. we're not cutting, we're cutting additional spending. so, this would be like saying, i have a job for $100,000, i take that home to my family. my boss tells me, i'm at $110 it,000 raise this year and all of a sudden he comes to me, says, no, it won't be 110,000, it will be 107,000 raise and a 7,0
. now backed by allstate. click or call. . >> all right. america's nanny is at it again as new york city mayor michael bloomberg wants to expand the sugary soda ban to the five boroughs and the state of new york. first a city and then a state. what's next, the entire country? and let's remember this is not the first intrusive policy that bloomberg is back and bans on smoking and public places in your own house, to bans on trans fats and calorie counts on menus, a reduction of salt and ask for salt in new york. has no problems intruding on your liberties. and imus in the morning producer, mer nard mcguirk. >> and bring it on now, happy new one. >> sean: tamara holder, you're not going to support this. >> and donuts. >> sean: i like the vanilla frosted. >> this is illegal. >> this is for you and-- >> where did you buy the donut. >> i bought this before the show, that's disgusting. >> sean: what's disgusting. >> i was embarrassed to go into the walgreen's or whatever store it was and buy this and those big disgusting fattening donuts. >> sean: i love the donuts, i'm on a diet, but doing it
restaurant. that's a big number. so, here is a tip. here in new york city, we have a small home-cooked italian place that i think is one of the best in the country and it's inexpensive, a real find. i've put the name of the restaurant on billoreilly.com so you can check it out if you want. thank you if you do. back for the tip of the day. that's it for us tonight. check out the factor website different from fox news. and if you wish to opine, the word of the day, do not be querulous when writing. and again, thanks for waving us tonight. and remember, the spin stops right here. we're definitely looking out for you. >> . >> bill: tonight we're only ten shorts days away from what is known as the sequester and impact the department of defense. with the march 1st deadline approaching the president of the united states decided to step off the golf course earlier today and address this dire situation. >> these cuts are not smart. they are not fair. they will hurt our economy. they will add hundreds of thousands of americans to the unemployment rolls. this is not abstraction. >> sean: t
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